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Diwali 'Dhamaka' By Realme!

Diwali 'Dhamaka' By Realme!

Though we don't know what the model could be, CEO Madhav Sheth recently revealed that there will be three quad-camera devices launching soon. Diwali is on October 27 so we expect Realme to launch three new smartphones in the next three months time. He added that the next generation of RealMe series, pro series, and X-series would feature quad-cameras.

To recall, Samsung's new GW1 sensor uses 4-in-1 pixel binning technology for improved low-light shots.

Besides, the company also provided insights on the 64MP camera.

Sheth also took a dig at Xiaomi and said that Realme is offering the world's first hands-on experience rather than showing a slide presentation. Out of the three quad-rear cameras setup phones, one of it is supposedly the much anticipated 64MP camera phone developed by Realme.

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"I'm able to bring the world's first 64MP camera phone to India so that Indian consumers can enjoy the technology before anybody else in the world". "Are you ready for a festive season of #realme Quad Camera Smartphones?"

Powerful camera functions have become one of the key battlefields among Chinese smartphone makers, as the domestic cellphone market growth slows down. Both Realme and Redmi would use the Samsung-made GW1 sensor, and Realme will probably be the first 64MP camera smartphone debut in the country. Ice Universe has tweeted that it will be Xiaomi Mi Mix 4, but there is still no confirmation from the company.

To put things into context, the Fujifilm GFX 100 captures 102MP images with a resolution of 11,648 x 8,736 pixels; the Xiaomi camera will capture 108MP images with a resolution of 12,032 x 9,024 pixels. The company announced the sensor at an event in India today, a day after Xiaomi premiered the same at an event in Beijing.

While the future of smartphone imaging seems promising, especially for affordable and midrange phones, it is still debatable to judge camera performance based on its sensor's megapixel count.